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Ann WILLIAMS (1794-1855)

Ann WILLIAMS,1 daughter of James WILLIAMS (1760?-1820) and Rachael WATKINS (1760?-1840), was born on 17 June 1794 in Phillipsburg, Norfolk Island. While Ann's father is often said to be James Williams, it isn't clear whether he actually was but he did raise her.1,2,3 She married Thomas HOWARD on 5 October 1811 at St Phillip's Church of England in Sydney, NSW.1,4,5

Thomas and Ann had 10 children :

- Charles HOWARD (b.1813 Sydney, NSW; d.1878 Sydney, NSW). He married Margaret CARROLL, c.1839 at Prospect, NSW

- Ellen HOWARD (b. c.1815 Bringelly, NSW; d.1860 Seven Hills NSW). She married John PIKE, 1831 at Parramatta, NSW

- Rachael HOWARD (b.1818 Bringelly NSW; d.1848 Seven Hills NSW). She married Thomas FIELD, 1835 at Castlereagh NSW

- Catherine HOWARD (b.1819 Bringelly NSW; d.1881 Mittagong NSW). She married William HINES, 1836 at Sutton Forest NSW

- Jonathan HOWARD (b.1822 Windsor NSW; d.1886 Glebe NSW). He married Emma FITZGERALD, 1843 at Sydney NSW and then Susan DRAKE, 1874 at Sydney NSW

- David HOWARD (b.1822 Windsor NSW; d.1875 Seven Hills NSW). He married Elizabeth BECKETT, 1846 at Prospect NSW

- Susannah HOWARD (b. c.1823 Windsor NSW)

- Hiram HOWARD (b. c.1826 Windsor NSW, d.1895 Howlong NSW). He married Eleanor Grace BRIEN, 1852 at Prospect NSW)

- Samuel HOWARD (b.1828 Cornwallis NSW; d.1868 Glebe NSW). He married Bridget GILROY, 1852 at Sydney NSW

- Ann HOWARD (b. 27 July 1831 Richmond NSW). She married John WIGGLESWORTH 28 February 1849 Darling Point, NSW. She was under age and so was married with the consent of 'her next friend'.1,6

in 1828 Ann and Thomas HOWARD lived in Cornwallis, NSW.7

she died (aged 61) in 1855 in Seven Hills, NSW.1

Citations

1{S0732), Internet (MikeV) : WILLIAMS, James (1159) and Associated (http ://www.users.bigpond.com/mikev/page73.html (Defunct)). Cit. Date: 11 October 2013. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0258}, Mailing List Summary (Norfolk Island Ancestors & their Families) : General (http://www.greenaus.com/aus-norfolk-is/). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0216}, Internet (ancestry.com). http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=asharpham&id=I4629&ti=5538. Cit. Date: 10 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0065}, BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Marriages (NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Marriages Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&event=...). Cit. Date: 10 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Registration no : V1811 239 5/1811 and V18111283 3A/1811 in Districe CA (St Phillips, Sydney)
5{S0733}, Internet (Australian Royalty) : HOWARD, Thomas (1165) and WILLIAMS, Ann (1164) (http://australianroyalty.net.au/individual.php?pid=I44313&ged=purnellmccord.ged and http://australianroyalty.net.au/individual.php?pid=I44312&ged=purnellmccord.ged). Cit. Date: 13 October 2013. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
6{S0798}, Researcher : COATES, Annette re : HOWARD, WILLIAMS. Custom Id: SUB045. Cit. Date: 30 January 2014. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
7{S0733}, Internet (Australian Royalty) : HOWARD, Thomas (1165) and WILLIAMS, Ann (1164) (http://australianroyalty.net.au/individual.php?pid=I44313&ged=purnellmccord.ged and http://australianroyalty.net.au/individual.php?pid=I44312&ged=purnellmccord.ged). Cit. Date: 13 October 2013. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Easystreet : "Ann and her husband Thomas were listed on the census of 1828. They were living in Cornwallis with six children. Thomas is listed as a blacksmith and as having 15 acres of cleared and cultivated land with two horses and four cattle."

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Updated : 23 August 2014